If you’re just starting to play, get to know all VALORANT maps it’s very important. The game chooses maps randomly for each game, so you have no control over where you will play. Furthermore, Riot is releasing new maps in the game every year.

Next, we’ll show you all the details of the VALORANT maps already updated for 2024! See what they are, their positions, which ones left the rotation and more.

List of VALORANT maps

  • Bind
  • Split
  • Ascent
  • Icebox
  • Breeze
  • Sunset
  • Haven (outside current rotation)
  • Fracture (outside current rotation)
  • Pearl (outside current rotation)

What was the last map released in VALORANT?

The last map released in VALORANT was the Sunset. The map arrived in the game on August 29, 2023. This map is in the game’s competitive rotation and is set in Los Angeles.

How many maps are there in VALORANT in 2024?

VALORANT currently has nine maps in total, but not all of them are active in the game.

Which VALORANT maps are coming out in 2024?

Em 2024, Haven has left the VALORANT rotation. Furthermore, Riot Games re-inserted the Icebox to the game. So far, there is no information about other maps that will leave the game.

What is the most played map in VALORANT?

The most played map in the last 90 days was Lotus, according to TheSpike.gg in championships around the world. The map that has three bombsites and that has been appearing a lot in competitive has appeared 677. In addition to it, Ascent appears in second place with 649.

Discover Valorant maps and their positions

Each map serves as a stage to showcase your creativity. Maps are tailor-made for team strategies and plays. Each map has its specific locations and also names whose names may be confusing to the community.

It is worth highlighting that Fracture, Pearl e Haven are outside the current map rotation, so We have not listed them below, as Riot must make changes to the look and positions. As soon as they return, we will update the text.

Bind Positions

(Photo: Riot Games)

One of the three maps that arrived at the launch of VALORANT, Bind is one of the most iconic scenarios in the game. To differentiate itself, Bind has four portals that connect some extremely important positions such as spikesites A and B.

See Bind’s positions in VALORANT:

  • Hall B
  • Corner B
  • Point B
  • Jardim B
  • Teleportador (Portal) B
  • Longo B
  • Concourse B
  • Short B
  • Link B
  • Window B
  • Output B
  • Attacking Side Cave
  • Output A
  • Concourse A
  • Niche A
  • Lights A
  • Torre A
  • Bathroom
  • Teleportador (Portal) A
  • Point A
  • Short A
  • Link A
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(Photo: Riot Games)

Split Positions

Image of Split, one of VALORANT's maps
(Photo: Riot Games)

Completing the list of maps that arrived at the launch of VALORANT, Split is one of the most controversial scenarios on the list. Just as happened with Bind and Haven, the developers tried to innovate with different ideas – such as ropes –, but the new features implemented did not please the majority of players.

See Split’s positions in VALORANT:

  • Concourse A
  • Sewer A
  • Lower Middle
  • Upper Middle
  • Mail
  • A Principal
  • Ramp A
  • Middle Duct
  • A Beams
  • Torre A
  • Point A
  • Screens A
  • Fund A
  • Torre B
  • Link B
  • Concourse B
  • Fund B
  • Beco B
  • B Principal
  • Ladder B
  • Point B
(Photo: Riot Games)

Ascent Positions

Image of Ascent, one of VALORANT's maps
(Photo: Riot Games)

The first of the VALORANT maps to arrive in the game after launch, Ascent is considered one of the best scenarios in the game. Unlike what was done with its predecessors, the developers sought to create a more traditional map inspired by scenarios more similar to other tactical FPSs.

See Ascent’s positions in VALORANT:

  • A Beams
  • Point A
  • Window A
  • Garden A
  • Link A
  • Principal A
  • Concourse A
  • Middle Niche
  • Middle Patio
  • Middle Link
  • Upper Middle
  • Lower Middle
  • Mercado
  • Half Pizza
  • Concourse B
  • Fund B
  • catwalk
  • Point B
(Photo: Riot Games)

Icebox Positions

The second new map to arrive at VALORANT, Icebox tried to bring back the concept of ropes implemented in Split in an improved way. Initially, the scenario was criticized and as a result it underwent several changes until reaching the current model.

See Icebox’s positions in VALORANT:

  • Mat A
  • Nest A
  • Pipes A
  • Middle Blue
  • Half Pallet
  • Body A
  • Pipes A
  • Shelter B
  • Middle Boiler
  • Kitchen B
  • Fund B
  • Search B
  • Snowman B
  • Verde B.
  • Garage B
  • Tube B
  • Snow Mound B
  • Orange B
  • Yellow B
  • Nicho B
  • Hall B
(Photo: Riot Games)

Breeze Positions

One of the biggest maps in VALORANT, Breeze has two huge spikesites, as well as a very wide middle. With a beach theme, the setting is certainly the most open in Riot Games’ FPS.

See Breeze’s positions in VALORANT:

  • Pyramids A
  • Point A
  • Half Wooden Doors (DD)
  • Button A
  • Metal A
  • Bridge A
  • Store A
  • Concourse A
  • Hall A
  • String A
  • Middle Ramp
  • Middle Pillar
  • Top Middle
  • Middle Nest
  • Ganhão Meio
  • Low Middle
  • Cobra
  • Bows
  • Wall B
  • Corner B
  • Point B
  • Fund B
  • Principal B
  • Janelo B
  • Tunnel B
Breeze VALORANT map
(Photo: Disclosure/VALORANT)

Lotus Positions

Lotusa map located in the Western Ghats of India, was the initial highlight, offering a structure inspired by rock-cut architecture and intriguing details. The map has three bomb sites as well as revolving doors, innovating VALORANT maps.

See Lotus’ positions in VALORANT:

  • Concourse A
  • Descent A
  • Topo A
  • Cabin A
  • Ladder A
  • Tree A
  • Leads to
  • Wreckage A
  • Root A
  • Link A
  • Principal A
  • B Pillars
  • Principal B
  • Superior B
  • Waterfall C
  • Link C
  • Gravel C
  • Hall C
  • Deviation C
  • Principal C
  • Monte C
  • Door C
  • Monte C
  • Concourse C
(Photo: Disclosure/Riot Games)

Sunset Positions

Image of the Sunset map in VALORANT
(Image: Disclosure/Riot)

During the VALORANT Champions 2023 final, the Riot Games revealed the new VALORANT map, called Sunset. The game with a theme inspired by Los Angeles features two bomb sites.

See Sunset’s positions in VALORANT:

  • Point A
  • Beco A
  • Viaduct A
  • Principal A
  • Link A
  • Concourse A
  • Half Tiles
  • Middle Courtyard
  • Top Middle
  • Half Churros
  • Concourse B
  • Principal B
  • Market B
  • Store B
  • Point B
(Photo: Disclosure/VALORANT)

VALORANT competitive should not have more than seven maps

As soon as Riot Games announced the departure of Split for the entry of Pearl, the developer also revealed that it intends to set the ideal number of competitive maps at seven. According to the developer, it is not healthy for the game to have many maps for both the competitive and casual scenarios.

Learn more about VALORANT

Now that you know all the VALORANT mapsalso discover how to configure your aim in the game or how to increase your FPS to perform better in matches.

O More Esports also developed a list of all the skills of VALORANT agents, in addition to teaching how to get free skins in the game.

VALORANT game image
(Image: Disclosure/riot Games)

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